The tech entrepreneur predicts smart solutions will eliminate the need for purchase and traffic restrictions in China by 2027, and traffic jam could be basically gone by 2032.
"The dominant search engine in China, where Google isn’t available"? Google never got above 10% of China's search traffic when it was available. It's departure–like FB's and Twitter's–was entirely voluntary: it would not keep Chinese data in China and follow Chinese laws.
Thankyou for bringing up this speech, very interesting. I liked the "Technology development does not have a roadmap, only a compass. (and thus, iterate)". It is interesting that Baidu has not been touched during the last 2 years of regulatory push (it got pushed very hard after the 2016 incident).